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Sodexo contract director receives MBE

Sodexo’s Tony Eleftheriou has been awarded Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2022 New Year Honours list for services to the British military in Cyprus. Eleftheriou joined the Cyprus team in 2003 as ...

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NHSPS delivers £53m in cost efficiencies for the NHS during pandemic

NHS Property Services (NHSPS)’s annual report has revealed that during the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic it generated £53 million in cost efficiencies for the health service. Despite the challenges presented by the pandemic, NHSPS – which owns and ...

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Lee Baron to manage luxury development in Enfield

Berkeley Homes (North East London) Limited has appointed specialist property manager, Lee Baron, to manage its Trent Park development in Enfield, marking Lee Baron’s first partnership with this branch of the Berkeley Group. Lee Baron’s remit will include the day-to-day estate ...

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New MD appointment at Lexington

Matt Wood has been appointed as the new Managing Director at Lexington. Commencing his new role on 5 January 2022, Wood replaces Julia Edmonds who has been promoted into the role of Corporate Business Development Director at Elior and is ...

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ISS extends FM deal with Hewlett Packard Enterprise

ISS has extended its partnership agreement with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) for a further five years ISS has delivered integrated facility services to HPE globally since 2008 and with the new extension the partnership continues until August of 2027. Through ...

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IWFM warns of worker welfare on 2022’s first day ‘not back in office’

For many employees, today is the first working day of 2022 but due to ongoing working from home restrictions the majority will not be attending their usual workplaces. According to the latest research from the Institute of Workplace and Facilities ...

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New research reveals lack of performance design awareness hindering decarbonisation

Greater awareness of performance-based building design could be the key to more energy-efficient buildings and rapid progression in the built environment’s contribution to the climate change fight, according to a new report by climate tech firm, IES, The City of Tomorrow ...

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Eurest reinforces sustainability goals with ‘Kitchen Promise’

Eurest, the workplace division of foodservice provider Compass Group UK and Ireland, has made a ‘Kitchen Promise’ to its clients and employees as part of its overall commitment to reach climate net zero by 2030. This comprises a set of ...

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Reconomy in Casepak acquisition

Outsourced services provider to the circular economy, Reconomy, has acquired Leceister-based recycling firm Casepak, along with its sister company, Oceala. Founded in 1973 by George Smith, Casepak has grown into one of the UK’s leading recycling and waste management companies. ...

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Craig Smith leaves ISS

Craig Smith, Head of Corporate Affairs at ISS, and immediate past Chair of the Hospital Caterers Association has left the business in pursuit of new opportunities. Joining the business as its very first caterer in 1987, Smith has played a ...

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